D7.4 – Data management plan

The data management plan (DMP) describes principles and protocols for data collection (see also Ethics described D8.1 and D8.2), data transfer, data processing, data storage, and data retention and sharing. The principles and protocols will be regularly reviewed and updated throughout the project, with the guidance of an expert on data management (Luke), and will ensure that data management and …

D7.3 – Risk Management Plan

The purpose of this document is to provide a risk management framework for the SustInAfrica project. This deliverable describes potential risks, processes, policies and procedures applied to mitigate and control any negative impact. Moreover, this deliverable describes procedures set up to manage potential security risks in African regions targeted in the SustInAfrica project. the roles and responsibilities within the consortium, …

D7.2  – Quality assurance

This document represents the project quality assurance guidelines for the SustInAfrica project. The aim of D7.2 is to describe the procedures and standards to be used throughout the project in order to ensure the quality level of the project deliverables, outputs and outcomes. This deliverable aims to set standards addressing mechanisms ensuring timely delivery of results. Thus, D7.2 is a …

D7.1 – Project management guidelines

This document describs the Project Management and Governance structure of SustInAfrica. Including details and general information on SustInAfrica’s structure, partnerships, resources, and methodologies to plan, monitor, and evaluate project progress. The main objective of the SustInAfrica project management plan is to efficiently carry out management activities of the consortium and to create and effective and inclusive working environment for all …

D6.5 – Baseline Workshops in Africa

This deliverable outlines the approaches that will be used to organise baseline workshops in the first stage of the SustInAfrica project. The main objective of the workshops is to gather baseline information and set up demonstration trials in selected “core communities” of the targeted AEZs and engage stakeholders in the project.

D6.4 – Communication tool kit

Deliverable 6.4 deals with SustInAfrica’s toolkit for communication, both internally and externally. It details SustInAfrica’s visual identity, thorough it’s logo as well as thematically and visually coherent communication materials and templates. It includes communication and engagement guidelines and gives specific info on the key tools that will be used for communication: Tiimeri, the SustInAfrica Dashboard, MergData. The SustInAfrica Newsletter is …

D6.3 – SustInAfrica Communication, Engagement and Dissemination Strategy

This report presents the communication, engagement and dissemination strategy and global planning of the SustInAfrica project. This strategy provides a description of the approaches and timing towards communicating, transferring knowledge to and engaging target audiences and stakeholder groups. The strategy is made operational in a plan that lists respective tasks, sub-tasks and activities, describes the division of responsibilities, and indicates …

D6.2 – Methodology workshop

This deliverable presents the jointly prepared and agreed framework SustInAfrica will apply during i) reviewing systematically literature and databases, ii) processing data gathered from multiple sources (review and surveys) and iii) measuring and evaluating impact and/or progress. Thus, D6.2 will ensure harmonized and standardized knowledge development of multiple tasks and activities in WPs 1, 2 and 5.   

D6.1 – Website

The external website (www.sustinafrica.com) is built to communicate and disseminate project-related information to a wider audience. The objective of the website is to provide a brief summary of the project and inform about ongoing and future activities. The website will disseminate information on i) participating partners and stakeholders1, ii) work packages, iii) results and outcomes (e.g. publications, user-friendly tools and …

D5.4 – Replicability Indicators

The present document is a step toward “Developing a methodological framework for replicability analysis” in the framework of the SustInAfrica project. The analytical framework aims to combine qualitative and quantitative research to help to analyze the replicability potential of the SustInAfrica technologies and solutions. It also provides a track to perform such analysis in other contexts, concerning the most possible …